/ Mountaineering Boots
I tend to wear Asolo and Sportiva mountaineering boots and find that they have an extremely similar fit, so they may not be right for you. I'm surprised that the more flexible ones are so different to be honest.
Do you have an idea what sort of foot shape you are? Are you particularly narrow or wide?
Is it a particular part of your foot ankle/heel/ball/toes that didn't suit the Nepals?
About the only useful thing I can say for certain is that Scarpa Jorasses Pro GTX seems to be have marginally larger sizing and a wider fit across the forefoot when compared with Nepals in size 43.
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